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COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923
Friday, July 6—William Duncan in “No
Defense,”’ a Canadian northwest picture
filled with punch and action. Snub Pol
lard comedy, “Hook, Line and Sinker.”
Saturday, July 7—.John Gilbert in “The
Madness of Youth,” a story of a thief,
jewels, an heiress and a wayward
Sunshine comedy, “Five Fifteen.”
Sunday-Monday, J uly 8-9—A super com-
edy. Lupino Lane in “A Friendly Hus-
band,” five reels of fast and furious fun.
Comedy, “Game Hunter.”
Tuesday, July 10—Thomas Meighan in
“The Man Who Saw Tomorrow,” a drama
that blends a primitive South Sea Isle with
super-civilized London society. Educa
tional comedy, “Torchy’s Holdup.”
Wednesday, July 11—A north woods
story, “The Devil’s Partner,” and comedy.
Thursday, July 12—Ralph Graves and
Bessie Love in “The Ghost Patrol.” Sport
Review, “Speed Gold,” and International
Mrs. ChnrloH Caldwell wan hostess
for tho lust mooting of tho season
of the Past Noble Grand«’ club
Thursday afternoon of Inst wook.
Me<*tings will be resumed in Sep-
<8> ■$> <$>
Elinor Russell Bpuncer and Miss
H ush n Chenery, of Portland, were
married in Portland Saturday night.
The wedding was one of th< ie love-
liest of Juno affairs. Mr. Spencer is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Spen
cer, formerly of this city, but now
of Eugene, and is u grandson of
Mi. mid Mrs. II. R. Godard and a
nephew of H. L. Godard, of this
♦ ♦ ♦
Mins Kathleen V. Allen mid Terry
II. Moody, both of this city, were
quietly married in Roseburg Satur
day. The young couple, accompanied
by Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Cotter and
Miss Flossie Mathis, motored to
Roseburg Saturday morning mid
wire married that afternoon. They
will mnke their home in this city.
♦ ♦ ♦
C. J. Kem was host at a stag
dinner at the Gray Goose ten room
nt 7 o’clock Monday evening. His
guests wore members of the present
city council nnd of tho immediately
preceding council. Last year, at. the
time that Mr. Kem asked permis
sion to arcade First, alley north in
the erection of the Kem building
that was completed the first of tho
year, he made the statement, after
his request had been granted, that
w I h * ii he got into his new building
he would give thorn a real feed.
O. A. C.
Your Next Goal
You havo finished high
school and, like all wide
awake graduates, are look
ing to college.
The State of Oregon
offers you the best of
training and a collegiate
degree in the leading pur
suits and professions, as
Engineering, Agriculture, Corn
merco, Forestry, Home Eco
nonnes, Military Science nnd
Tactics, Mining, Pharmacy,
Student life at the College
is rich in opportunities for
leadership and personal
FALL TERM OPENS
SEPTEMBER 28, 1923
For information write to
Oregon Agricultural College
The statement was considered as
only made in fun but Mr. Kem
made good Monday evening. Tho
menu consisted of consomme, tomato
tulip salad, , olives and picklos,
chiclceu a In Maryland, potatoes
and gravy, bread and butter, wild
blackberry pio a la mode, coffee
The ninth birthday anniversary
of Adeline Adams was celebrated
Friday afternoon with a party at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Adams. About twenty
small guests of the little girl en
joyed the afternoon with her ¡»lay
ing games on the lawn, where re
freshments were served later.
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Upon arriving homo from a motor
ride Thursday evening of last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Leonard were
greatly surprised to find a party
of friends who had come to spend
the evening with them. The Leon
nrds, who were married recently,
were presented with a gift of cut
glass by members of the group,
which included Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Umphrey, Mr. and Mrs. 8. L.
Mackin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Omer Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A- Richmond, Mr.
nnd Mrs. O. F. Knox, Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Landess, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
V. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Lee,
Mrs. II. B. Breedlove, Miss Lillian
Leonard and Brighton Leonard.
.. «. .
Tho C. E. Umphrey, 8. L. Mackin
Elbert Bede nnd Elbert Smith fam
¡lies, I). R. Ilnninnt, Miss Mariotte
llnmant nnd Miss Nellie Myers add
oil to their enjoyment of the Fourth
of July celebration with a picnic
dinner on the lawn at the Smith
home nt Fifth nnd Quincy, Out of
town people' who wore guests of the
party were Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rice
nnd son Delmar, Walter McCord
nnd Mrs. Benin Bevington, Oakland;
Miss Ada Bello McCord, who is at
tending summer school nt tho Uni
versify of Oregon in Eugene; Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Rood mid children
and Mrs. Reed’s parents, Corvallis.
♦ ♦ ♦
The golden wedding anniversary
of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Robison
was the occasion on Tuesday for
tho gathering of all of their chil
dren at tho family homo at Fifth
and Quincy. Tho children are Mrs.
J. G. Cann, Han Luis Obispo,
Mrs. C. L. Wilhelm and il Mrs. II. H.
Harms, Portland; Harry Robison,
Orange Grove, Calif.; Charles Robi-
son, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs.
O. E. Woodson and William Robi
son, Cottage Grove.
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Lillian Burleson and Ernest
Pettit wore married Monday after
noon at the bride’« homo. Only a
few relatives and friends were pres
ent. The couple will leave soon for
California, where they will mnke
GRAHAMS HAVE NOVEL
FOURTH Of JULY WINDOW
One of the attractive Fourth of
July windows in local buaincss
house« thia week was nt the Graham
picture shop. Copies of paintings of
historically famous men, scenes nnd
events formed the central display.
For two imaginary beings, Cupid
mid the stork make an awful bunch
Dressed chicken every Saturday.
Fresh and cured ineats of all kinds.
Fresh fish Thursday and Friday.
Cottage cheese daily.
CULVER I ANDERSON
Pure Bred Sires
Spray Ring Will
Presbyterian Church—Bev. A. R.
Spearow, pnstor. Sunday school at
10, Mon’s Forum at 10, morning
Number of Owners Partici Co-Operative Plan Tried hour at 11, junior Endeavor at 3,
evening service at 7:30.
pating in Campaign Passes
Successfully in Several
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Ebert, pastor. Sunday school 9:45;
(Pr«p*re4 by the United State« Department
(Prepared by the United State« Department ehurch 11:00. Epworth league at 7,
evening service at 8.
Progress In the “Better Sires—Better
The co-operative spray ring, devel lic is cordially invited to join in
Stock” campaign broke all previous oped la connection with demonstrations the services of the Sabbath day.
records, and the number of live stock In orchard spraying, is solving the
Christian Church, tho “home like”
owners participating passed the 10,000 problem of spraying the small home
THERE’S THE EXTERIOR OF YOUR HOME OR
mark during the 11 ret three months of orchard, for an Increasing number of church—J. E. Carlson, minister.
BUILDING—sunshine and rain are its worst enemies un
1923, as shown by a report just Issued farmers, according to reports to the
at 7, evening
less it is properly covered with paint.
by the United States Department of United States Department of Agricul Christian endeavor
service at 8.
Agriculture. A total of 1,177 persons ture. While the plan has been used
• • «
THEN THERE’S TIIE INTERIOR—dust, cold and
were enrolled during the three-months’ most extensively In Iowa, farmers In
Seventh Day Adventist Church—
period after having tiled with the de Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois West Main street. Services every
heat can do much damage to the woodwork if the latter
partment written agreements to use and Ohio find It a good method, and on Saturday. Sabbath school at 10,
is not properly painted or varnished.
purebred sires exclusively henceforth. the Atlantic coast several counties In church service at 11; proper meet
This is the highest number enrolled Connecticut and New Jersey organized ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30.
SO IT’S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE to select your
• • •
during any quarterly period since the rings In 1021. In Iowa, the number of
campaign begun three and one-half counties reporting the organization of
paints and varnishes from those whose past experience
Christian Science Church—Corner
years ago. States showing the prin spray rings Increased from 16 in 1921 of Jefferson avenue and Second
enables them to select the lines best adapted to the
cipal activity In this means of Improv to 81 In 1022. Seven counties In Illi street. Sunday services at 11 a. ra.
of the material upon which they are placed.
ing their live stock were: Vermont, nois report new spray rings In 1022.
West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia, Ken Stark coynkp, Illinois, which organized
We claim to know paints and to carry a stock from
Baptist Church, Tenth and Adams
tucky, Washington, Nebraska, Texas, two rings In 1021, has become so Inter
which you can make your selections for any purpose.
and Indiana. The number of live stock ested In the care of the furm orchard —Bunday school at 10, preaching nt
and church service at 8. Weekly
and poultry listed for improvement that six power-machine rings and five
prayer service Thursday evening at
SAVE TIIP2 SURFACE AND YOU SAVE ALL—be
during the period totaled more than band-machine rings were organized In 8.
Rev. H. H. Dicksen, supply
with only the best—which we sell.
the summer of 1022, serving more than pastor, will have charge of the
Government officials who have been 100 home orchards.
services. Those having no church
In close touch with the movement since
home are invited to attend here.
Simple Organization Plan.
• • •
Its beginning three and one-half years
The plan of organization of these
A tabernacle meeting will be held
ago are much gratified with the latest rings Is kept as simple as possible. The
result* The continued Interest being men Interested In spraying get to at the corner of south Sixth street
shown In the campaign throughout the gether at one of the extension meet and Monroe avenuo by the Free
Methodist church beginning July 3
country shows the permanent nature ings and decide to try co-operative mid ending July 22. Services start
at the popularity of the purebred sire, spraying. Usually a written ll gree- at 7:30 p. m. Everybody vyelcome.
and points to greater possibilities In ment covering the method of mnnng- Pastor in charge, Rev. D. S. ~
the Aiture. The list of persons who Ing business matters and the ownen- roster.
are using purebred sires exclusively, ship of equipment of the ring Is pre-
now totals 10,100. These live stock parod and signed. The kind of equip
GET RICH QUICK
Here ’« one of tho inconsistencies
breeders have placed more than 1,200,- ment, hand or power, Is selected and
000 bend of live stock and poultry on the cost Is apportioned, a schedule Is of arithmetic. You take the figure
• purebred-sire basis. On an average made out and the members decide 1, keep adding nothing to it n.id
35 per cent of the female animals and whether some one member will spray make millions. Like this: 1,000,000.
60 jier cent of the female poultry, kept all the orchnrds for an agreed labor
by these persons, are also purebred. price, or whether an outside person
Each year that purebred sires are used will be hired to do the work. Each of
by these breeders, therefore, greatly the three plans has proved satisfac
Increases the total number of pure tory. In Poweshiek county, Iowa, they
Has Its Share of the Proof That
bred animals In the country.
have found It most convenient to do the
Kidney Sufferers Seek.
Standing of 8tates Changes. *
work Individually; In Stark county,
Bnekachef Kidneys weak!
During the three-months’ period, Ver Illinois, the same plan Is followed. In
Distressed with urinary ills!
mont and West Virginia showed the Union county, Iowa, the sons of two
Want a reliable kidnoy remedy!
greatest numlier of enrollments, caus farmers operated the power-machine
Don’t have to look far. Use what
ing some changes In the relative stand Inst season, one furnishing a team and
Cottage Grove people recommend.
ing of the states active In the work. the other a gasoline engine. They Every street in
Vermont, which previously stood Bprnyed 14 orchards, some 1,500 trees, its cases.
seventh In the list (and six months ago completing each spray in two days, the
Here’s one Cottage Grove man ’•
tenth) Is now fifth; while West Vir members giving little or no attention to case.
Let G. A. Lambert, 231 Second
ginia surpassed nine states, advancing
from seventeenth to eighth place. West solidated Scliool In Folk county. Iowa, 8t., toll it. Ho says: “I don’t know
Virginia, where legislation outlawing sprayed practically all the orchnrds In of anything better for kidney
scrub sires became effective January their community. Advice ns to sprays I rouble than Doan’s Kidney Pills.
1, enrolled more than three times as and time of applying is usually ob My work was a strain on my back
and I had attacks of lumbago which
many persons during the quarter us tained from the county agent.
hurt mo to bond or stoop and it
during ull of the 13 previous quarters.
Size of Ring Varies.
was just as hard to straighten
On "Roll of Honor."
The Blze of the ring varies, averag again. My kidneys acted irregu
Four new counties, two of them in ing from three or four members In the larly, also, until I used Doan's Kid
l’ills. They were just what I
Vermont, one In Ohio, and the other smallest ones to twenty or more In the noy
needed for they made my back
In Nebraska, appear on the roll of larger. The cost of operation de strong and well and put my kidneys
counties having 100 or more persons pends, of course, on several factors, the in good order.”
using purebred sires exclusively. This type of equipment, whether labor Is
Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don’t
brings the total to 20 countie* Rock employed or the work done by members simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same
ingham county, Virginia, (Chas. W.
Wampler, county agent) led tor the orchards, the number of sprays put on, that Mr. Lambert had. Foster Mil
quarter with 108 new enrollment*; and similar Items. For one orchard In burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. jlfi-13
while Miami county, Ohio, (C. M. Webster county, Iowa, where four
Senn, county agent) advanced In the sprnys were applied, the average cost
county standing from eleventh to fifth of material per tree ivns 87 cents, la
bor 33 cents, depreciation <>n machinery
Evidence of continued activity dur 5 cents, making a total cost of 75 cents
A National Batik is operated under the National
ing the coming months come« from per tree for tho four sprays. A Union
Banking Act. This law places it under the supervision
various source* The demand for en county (Iowa) ring spent $210 for
rollment blanks Is unprecedented in equipment, material and the labor of
of the Treasury Department of the United Stotes Gov
Hudson Super-Six Models
the history of the campaign. From two men and ’earns, and «prayed 1,500
ernment. A rigid examination of the bank’s affairs is
Kentucky, which is fourth on the list
made several times every year in the interest of its
Touring ........................ $1675
of states, comes word to the depart
ment through Wayland Rhoades, field eral years ago, spends about 15 cents
Coach .......................... $1700
Do YOUR hanking with US.
agent tn animal husbandry, that on per tree per spray. The results, ac Sedan .......................... $2295
May 3 there will be held a better-sire cording to the owners, more than Justi
Essex—Cottage Grove Prices
sale at which 160 purebred bulla will fy the small expenditure. In every
Touring ...................... $1225
be put up at auction, and that ofllri*la case where the spraying was done as
are planning more things for the fu advised last season, the work accom Coach . ....................... $1345
had plenty of clean, sound home-grown
Copies of the nummary of
n ppi os to store for winter use. The
suits of the fourteenth quarter of the
Webster county orchard produced 90
better-sires campaign may be had by
per cent clean fruit. Fayette county,
addressing a request to the bureau of
Iowa, reports In the sprayed orchards
Lane County Distributors
animal Industry, United States Depart
75 per cent of the fruit as clean and
John, at Hotel Bartell
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. CL
sound, and 25 per cent senhby and
wormy; the unsprayed orchard showed
15 per cent Sound, clean fruit nnd 85
Yearling Fruit Trees
per cent scabby and wormy. Walworth
Overtake Larger Ones county,
Wisconsin, spray ring members
Twirling trees of «ome fruits are figured In 1922 a return of $8.52 for
Every patron of The Sentinel is helping to give Cottage Grove
<ulte small trees while of the poach each dollnr spent in spraying. The
a newspaper which eminent authority has stated to be one of
they will be as large as they should bearing trees were sprayed three times
be at all for planting out. If they are
the best country newspapers published by anyone anywhere.
Results of spray ring work In Hardin
With all ths fruits, ths county. Iowa. In fact, were so good In
yearling trees will grow more surely 1922 that the disposal of the surplus
and many times will overtake the fruit was a problem, as none of the
larger trees In a couple of years, even members had had any experience In
when they start promptly, and one picking, packing or grndln:’ npples.
fault with Inrge tret's Is slow starting. Twenty-five men were shown by exten
The small trees having less root spread sion workers how to pick nnd pack
S. I*. Watch Inspector
are damaged leas In the digging, and their apples, using home r.'.r.le equip
the small tope make leas demand on ment, and the surplus apples were put
on the market In baskets snd boxes
packed according to market grade*
W. L Darby & Co.
EVERY STREET IN
SPECIALS EVERY SATURDAY
Four things you wish to find wherever
you buy your meats.
COTTAGE GROVE OREGON
OUR RANK IS A NATIONAL BANK
Let US Take Care of Your Money
MACK’S AUTO SUPPLY HOUSE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(The Old Reliable)
Spread Manure Thin in
Every Short Rotation Spraying to Control
Many Injurious Pests
Best evidence Indicates that manure
gives largest returns to the ton when
applied thin once In each short rota
tion. or twice In a rotation of more
than five year* Eight to ten tout to
the acre In a three or four-yeer rota
tion, used with an average of 2tX>
pounds cf arid phosphate to the acre
each year, give excellent return* the
New York State Collage of Agriculture
at Ithaca has found. A man ar« spread
er la said to be a time and labor eaver,
particularly In making light appllca
tlona, and It tears up the manure so It
la mixed more uniformly with the soil.
flava Soli Molatura.
The conaarvHtloB «f aoll molature la
care of thè moet Important rotea of till-
ngv The molature of thè eoli «round
thè plani la rapidi/ eihauated by belng
tuken up by thè plani and evaporate«!
througli thè laatee.
Arsenate of lead at the rate of 1%
pounds of the powder to 50 gallon*
can be used with dry-mix sulphur-lime
for the control of codling moth, cur-
cullo and other chewing Insects. When
arsenate of lead Is need In combina
tion with drv-mlx sulphur-lime It
should first be mixed with water •nd
then added to the diluted mixture.
Parsley Excellent to
Use a« Edging Flower
Parsley 1« very slow to germinate
■nd should be sown ■• early as seeds
can be put Into the ground. It may
be ua>>d hs an edging to a flower bed
with gi'od effect and as only a few
leaves ire nee<led at s time, such ■«
•re necewMiry for kitchen use may al
ways be secured without destroying
the ornamental effect.
for the convenience of our
Barber work in general. Spe
cial attention given to chil
Imperial Barber Shop
630 Main. P. 8. Bukowski. Prop.
uality at ¡ts highest
degree of perfection;
efficiency of non-skid; dig
nity of design; these advan
tages always insure owners
using Ajax Cords the tru
est form of tire satisfaction.
FIRST IN THE SUMMER
vacation kit, put a bottle of
COLIC and DIARRHOEA
Invaluable lot sudden and aevrre paint
in atoniach and bowels, cramps, diar
rhoea. U hen needed - worth M times
the cost for single does.
AJAX CORD, ROAD KING, PARAGON
W. EL Bradley Service Station
Cottage Grove, Ore.